I present you with the 1000+ year long standing grand champion of meme cooking ingredients:
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
how has this shit tier oil made it so far in fine dining and haute cuisine....it's literally shit
Anyone tried a cow tipper here? I wen't to Mooby's earlier and got one; kind of tasted like piss and flies.
$5 Little Caesars hot and ready > any frozen pizza
Does /ck/ agree? I figure if a frozen pizza goes over $5 it can't compete with Little Caesars.
>under $5 total and better than any national chain
Just add fresh ingredients to cheaper, quality frozen pizzas instead of trying to order a cheap "fresh" pizza.
The more expensive frozen pizzas are actually worse, as they try to emulate restaurant pizza, which only makes it that much more apparent that it's frozen.
ok i haber some bacvon
what can i do with ity
dos and donts?
What's the least autistic drink to order at a restaurant? My mom makes fun of me and my dad for ordering water, should I get iced tea instead?
Is it safe to assume chicken meat is the worst since we are basically forced to eat it well-done?
didn't see just a normal beer thread so thought it would be good to ask:
trying to branch out from IPAs. what are some good lagers/pilsners? I generally like the fact that IPAs have a pretty "strong" flavor and I also like a decently high ABV (like 7%). I live in PA if that helps.
Just go to a store with a large beer selection and pick something that looks/sounds good. Even better if it's locally brewed so you can deprive the shitty beverage conglomerates of your money.
decided to buy a variety pack of leinenkugel's because i liked the art and different types offered. looking at reviews, they're pretty bad so maybe i wasted my money. hopefully its not bad
Cheap-ass candies that actually taste good, I'll start, Chocolate umbrellas.
Starting a new unpaid custodial internship tonight at an office building, and there's a fridge/freezer/microwave in the breakroom. What kinds of food should I stock up on? All I can think of is Hot Pockets.
also, general workplace food thread
poster your nectar of the gods
Taco bell: the humble bean burrito, no matter how broke i got the bean burrito was always there to fill me up.
Honorable mention: Carls Jrs western bacon cheeseburger, Take three things that are great on their own. onion rings bacon and cheeseburgers and sauce em up with bbq sauce.
Are you a fan of the hoagie? Sub sandwiches? Grinder? Hero? What do you like on yours?
Ham, a few select deli meats including but not limited to salami,turkey and pepperoni,
Onion, lettuce, tomato, vinegar,olive oil, salt and pepper.
If I'm feeling slutty, mayo and bacon.
If I feel self-important, brown mustard.
Anyone else tried Sir Kensington's ketchup? They started carrying it at Safeway and I really like it.
I bought some of their mayonnaise last summer in order to try the white people delicacy known as the tomato sandwich. It was good as far as mayonnaise from a jar is concerned.
Aside from what I used for a few tomato sandwiches, I ended up throwing it out as expected, although /ck/ had a hissy fit that I wasn't trying to use it up with some stupid recipes that I don't care to eat (mayonnaise salads, and stuff like that).
Anyway they have the ketchup at Smith & Wollensky but I have never used...
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Burgers are the best breakfast!